Federal Trade Commission initiates “Operation Failed Resolution” to crack down on companies making false weight loss claims. At the beginning of the New Year many have made resolutions to lead […] Read More >>
In today’s modern times dietary supplement marketing materials can come in a variety of forms, including blogs, Tweets, Facebook, StumbleUpon, Google+, reddit, Testimonials, Websites and Links. However, it is important […] Read More >>
Although rare the FTC and FDA have recently sent a joint warning letter to a company. An FDA warning letter can be scary enough, but a joint warning letter can […] Read More >>
By Heather VanBlarcom General Counsel & Senior Regulatory Specialist for Dietary Supplements At the NBJ Summit last week in Dana Point, CA, David C. Vladeck, the Director of the Federal […] Read More >>
By: Ashleigh Hampton, MSc Manager, Scientific Affairs Supporting evidence is required by both the Canadian and American regulatory bodies to substantiate marketed health claims. Health Canada reviews the evidence to […] Read More >>
May 10, 2012 Are You Making False Claims By Heather Van Blarcom General Counsel & Senior Regulatory Specialist for Dietary Supplements If you don’t have “competent and reliable scientific evidence” […] Read More >>